Artificial Intelligence Applications in English Language Teaching: A Short Survey
Keywords:Artificial Intelligence, English Language, Teaching, Machine Learning
Artificial intelligence is one of the most popular and influential sciences in many fields. It works continuously to contemporise computer systems to operate with high efficiency and to think like what a human think. In addition, this science seeks to make the work of the machine simulate the work of the human brain in thinking and making decisions, according to the environment in which they live. Therefore, it has become necessary to have artificial intelligence applications in all areas, including education, especially the English language teaching electronically. In this regard, the most influential applications and programs that contribute to the development of teaching English electronically and their effectiveness in developing e-learning will be reviewed. This article concluded that there are applications of artificial intelligence in teaching English electronically, which are of great importance and a great future in the development of language teaching.
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